The package comes with more than 100 colorful stickers to label your kid's favorite channels.
The package comes with more than 100 colorful stickers to label your kid's favorite channels.
Junior can't accidentally tune in something R-rated or delete the contents of your DVR while mashing buttons.
Junior can't accidentally tune in something R-rated or delete the contents of your DVR while mashing buttons.

A gift a day: The iMote Kid Friendly Remote Control

All editorializing aside about whether toddlers should watch television, yours probably does, at least a little. As a full-grown adult, I know I have trouble figuring out every button on my remote control, so imagine how confusing it must be for a 3-year-old.

Enter the iMote, the kid-friendly remote control. This programmable TV remote for preschoolers has just seven buttons: power, volume and five preset channels that you can configure. The package comes with more than 100 colorful stickers to label your kid's favorite channels, and the device is totally safe for toddlers to chew on.

Best part, Junior can't accidentally tune in something R-rated or delete the contents of your DVR while mashing buttons. He or she can just watch age-appropriate programming without smashing your universal remote to pieces.

You, of course, must decide what that is and how much is too much.

The iMote Kid Friendly Remote Control is $29.99 at ThinkGeek.com.

Talkbacks

jfiess | Dec. 21, 2009 at 11:22 a.m. (report)

34765 If your kid is too young to figure out the remote or you are afraid of what they are watchingshould they really be watching that much tv? Whatever happened to books, coloring, games, etc.? ugghhh.

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